What happened to vernors ginger ale

Canadian Vernors ginger ale production temporarily stopped due to COVID-19. Canadian production of Vernors ginger ale, a Detroit soft drink that’s particularly popular in Windsor-Essex, has been temporarily halted due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Why can’t you find Vernors ginger ale?

As has been the case with some other niche food products during the pandemic, the manufacturers opted to halt production in order to ensure its more popular products were still available. “Up until the COVID, we’ve been able to buy it. No problem getting it anywhere.

Is Vernors ginger ale still made?

The drink is still bottled in Michigan, in Holland, and other cities nationwide. But while Vernors is distributed in several states, by far, its most loyal — and passionate — customers are in Michigan.

What is going on with Vernors ginger ale?

Ginger ale with deep Detroit roots went on hiatus in Canada due to the pandemic. The Canadian supply of Vernors ginger ale fizzled out a year ago due to the pandemic, but fans of the century-and-a-half-old drink are now bubbling over its apparent return.

Do they still make Vernors soda?

First created in Detroit Michigan by a pharmacist in 1862 making it one of the oldest sodas in the United States. In fact, Vernors Ginger Soda is still popular in its home state as well as in other parts of the country.

Who owns Vernors ginger ale?

Dr. Pepper Snapple Group

In 1959, the ginger ale’s name lost its apostrophe and became simply “Vernors.” The Vernor family sold the company to an investment group in 1966; it was later owned by American Consumer Products, United Brands, A&W Beverages and Cadbury Schwepps. Today, Vernors is owned by Dr. Pepper Snapple Group.